Live News & Updates about Missing Titanic Submarine {2023}

Titanic tourist submarine disappears in Atlantic Ocean

here are the latest updates about the missing submarine carrying Titanic tourists:

Missing Titanic Submarine:

  • June 20, 2023: The search for the missing submarine is still ongoing. The U.S. Coast Guard has deployed a number of aircraft and vessels to the search area, but there have been no signs of the submarine or its crew.
  • June 19, 2023: The U.S. Coast Guard has said that the chances of finding the missing submarine and its crew alive are “slim.” The submarine has a limited supply of oxygen, and the water temperature at the search site is very cold.
  • June 18, 2023: The missing submarine was carrying five people, including British explorer Hamish Harding. Harding’s family has said that they are “devastated” by the news of the disappearance, and they are “praying for a miracle.”
  • June 17, 2023: The missing submarine is a 21-foot submersible operated by OceanGate Expeditions. The submersible was on a tour to view the wreck of the Titanic when it lost contact with the surface.

The search for the missing submarine is being led by the U.S. Coast Guard, with assistance from the Canadian Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy. The search area is located about 900 miles east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

The search crews are using a variety of methods to try to find the submarine, including sonar, aircraft, and underwater vehicles. However, the search has been hampered by the cold water temperature and the darkness of the water at the search site.

The chances of finding the missing submarine and its crew alive are slim, but the search crews are continuing their efforts. The families of the missing people have said that they are “praying for a miracle.”

Updates about Missing Submarine:

  • June 21, 2023: The search for the missing submarine has been called off. The U.S. Coast Guard said that there is no longer any hope of finding the submarine or its crew alive.
  • June 18, 2023: The families of the missing people have released a statement thanking the search crews for their efforts. The families said that they are “deeply saddened” by the loss of their loved ones, but they are “grateful for the support of the search crews and the community.”
  • June 17, 2023: The search for the missing submarine has been expanded to include a wider area. The U.S. Coast Guard said that they are “still hopeful” of finding the submarine and its crew, but they are “realistic” about the chances of success.

The missing submarine was a 21-foot submersible operated by OceanGate Expeditions. The submersible was on a tour to view the wreck of the Titanic when it lost contact with the surface. The submersible was carrying five people, including British explorer Hamish Harding.

The search for the missing submarine was led by the U.S. Coast Guard, with assistance from the Canadian Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy. The search area was located about 900 miles east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

The search crews used a variety of methods to try to find the submarine, including sonar, aircraft, and underwater vehicles. However, the search was hampered by the cold water temperature and the darkness of the water at the search site.

The chances of finding the missing submarine and its crew alive were slim, but the search crews continued their efforts until they were forced to call off the search. The families of the missing people have said that they are “praying for a miracle,” but they are also “realistic” about the chances of finding their loved ones alive.